The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1949 · Page 11
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IKSTUY, MARCH 1, 1949 BLYTHEVTM.E (AUK.) OOU*ra* NEWS PAGE ELBVKlf teen States uldCurbReds I'alty Oaths Urged Teacher* and Public Officials i Uic Associated Pre»s •en stales are considering |.IK to bar Communists ttom [nea-stires now before legis- J would require people 01 I payrolls, Including teachers 1 lovalty oalhs. J bills are aimed at keepini IIILSIS out ol a wide range o 1 s. 1 and and. Illinois are study l.gestions (or outlawing th I nisi Party. I, arc under way in « lo put a crimp in the part 1 one way or another. . oi loyalty or allegiance . would be required of pub ol teachers and college ai '.y piofe.ssors in Oklahom ,:a and New Hampshire. I iblic officials and Candida! 1'lic olfice would have lo I in Calilorma. I'Xii.s, all slate officials and . including those ill schools I el ir.onoy from tile -state. 1 have lo h>,vcar they never I'Lii memhcr.s ol the Commu- ?ar(> or other snbver.sivi; •l;ansa.= , all piibhi: employes, m leacheis, Mould have 'o I litumt.s that they arc u»t nisis before they set their They've Been Married 78 Years . . ____„. . , ,- K. v *«:n>"Mrtiij •""nfw. 1 f*rt*y. * -^|^MMHM| President ot Harvard Addresses Educators ST. LOUIS, Mm. 1. (/Ti—James 1. Conant. president o( Harvard University, yesterday declared educators should avoid schools ot thought favoring Ider.s ol hereditary aristocracy. The U. S. Is founded on the principal of equality. Conant told delegates lo the Regional Conference of Ihe American Association of School Administrators. "We 1 live In a Democracy whether you like It or not. and we educators like It and are bound to make It work." ho slated. "The equality of men lor many of us Mill continues to be an article ol faith n» it was 'or the Americans of the first yean of this republic," Nominations for State Land Committee Made Ll'ITUB ROCK. Mar. 1. (,iv- Nominations to lh» nine-member State Lund U« Conunlttre vert submitted to the Arkansas Semite yesterday by Claude A. FUuUn, commissioner ol stale lauds. The appointees: George N. Clreenhaw. Joncsboro; scar K. Ellis. Snleiu; Clifton Wixde, ayettevllle; J, Ilyrou Goodsmi. De- u'een; John O. Hye. llusseHvllle; Police Bill Passes MTTLP: HOCK. Mar. 1. I/TJ-A Senate bill to uniiill. cities ol I he second clnv. to rstnhllsli a police courl WBS nus.'ed by the House and sent to tlie Roverniir yesterday. llarlrm, now a NCRIO center In New York, win mire a village, on Manliatlnn Island. Grandma and Grandpa Cutfingcr have been married 78 years, and they believe their marriage is Ihc Uuigi-st in the United Sutcs. Celebrating their latest anniversary at their home in Humphreys, Mo, the Cutslngers are visited by. left tn ri';ln, Kayi- Ki'iiliiey. one of their 58 great-grandchildren; Mis. t:\-elyn Keiihley. one of io grandchildren; and Mrs. Dorothy I.HI km, oldest of nine chili Iron. York, a!! civilian service I =s ot stale and city govern- j I ami teachers and profes-sorj 1 have to lake nun-Commu- j I .hs Herman Talmkdf* already Ined x Georgia law requiring | l':e workers and officials U) |; th^ Communist Party. • bills designed to keep Coin- 5 off public payrolls are 4 in seven states. They cover offices in New York, and Ijobs in California, Massa- and Oregon. They appli' Islcclivc or appointive public In West. Virginia. would bar Communists 1.11 Jobs supported by public I including leaching positions, lile them out as candidates, I e proposed ban in New Mex- |.ild blanket employes oi the any of its political subdi- Lost of Missouri Vote Fraud Cases Are Dismissed CAPR GIRARDEAU. Mo.. Mar. I. c.jpi--The last two of a series of vote fraud cases in Southeast Missouri were dismissed in federal [ court vcsterdav on motion of the prosecution, for lack of evidence. j Nine persons, six of them Negroes. \vcrc freed of charges that they I conspired to ncci-pt or pay money for votes in the November, 1946. general election. Sixty-five witnesses had been called and were present. District Judge Hubey M. Hulen dropped the cases at the request of Lafayette Broome ot Washinsion. special assistant to the attorney general. Broome told the coint: "something has happened, apparently in the last three days, which has changed the viewpoint o! ihe witnesses." He said key witnesses were prepared to claim constitutional immunity and refuse to testify on ; grounds they inijtht incriminate [ | themselves. That is what some wit- ] i nesses did in cases called for trial I last May. Amen-; the Miiallest of nil ihmsj.-. are liie one-celled i-alled ven.M.s. Man Pleads Innocent To Income Tax Charge MTTI.K HOCK, Mnr. 1. WTi James 'V. Myers. Van Buren pro iliice man. yesterday pleaded hino cent tu federal court to a chnrg of Income lax evasion. Myers. 60, Is accused of evadln payment of £.10,800 In Income taxe allegedly due In 1942 and 19«:i. J. E. Short. SO. Marinuna bnnke \viio is chanted with eniliewlii j:(n.()lin Irom a Mi'rlauna bunk pirated guilty at yeslcrday'i scs- 1 1 ion. I/»lls 1. Watts, Moullccllo; Dr. y. C. Crow. Hope; Tom Kind, Mur- phrec.sboro, ami 1/ce lleai'es, Hei 1 - This is NOT the Smart Way to GUARD AGAINST DANGEROUS EXHAUST FUMES JKUV TO IVrf.-cl Banner is llir. generous to griirioiis U<i.-|iiliilily flavor of Kentucky'* favorite sour inasli hoiirliin. Nalnrally distilled on one family rcri|"' Mmv I»TO, Ul.n I'rt'/.lilCltAl.l") is proudiy Oltl iudi- iuiu'J, yet all the more in slv/i 1 . OLD FASHIONED.. S~t>f<£<« ^4 OUMTMMUI 1 2 [>inls ?2.00 EY • 100 PROOF AUCTION SALE MAIN STREET STORE TO BE CLOSED OUT Everything will be sold at the price you'll pay. Fixtures and Equipment will be sold. WATCH FOR THE NAME SALE WILL START FRIDAY, MARCH 4th ITS SAFER TO LET US INSTALL A MUFFLER AT THI SPECIAL LOW PRICI OF <r |T Qf\ Seed Soybeans Our Specialty SPRING PLANTING OATS Alsu Alliilfit, l.es|ii'ilf/.;i, Sweet Siiiliin, Sudfiiv Pasture Mixtures, l.riivn iMi.xluros and (itlicr fielti seeds. C:itl I's for YIMIV Kct|iiircn>cnt8 BLYTHEV1LLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION Blythcville, Ark. 856 Phones 857 KENTUCKY M5MGHT BOURBON r A-li »OTTIID IH »ONt> aimed at. Conunuuists al| are on the books In some ima forbids activity by any or group seeking to over- the government by force. l>rganizut.ion.s are denied the of a political party. ol candidates affiliated lie Comniunisl Party can't be I on election ballots in Ark- J ress to Be Asked teed Camp Robinson \tate National Guard |-LE ROCK. 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